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Feb 10, 2013 12:00pm EST
to eat at luncheon table even though they had main speakers at the press club. they had a policy of having foreign dignitaries speak here at the press club. and so women assigned to cover the people were cooped up here in the hot, miserable balcony where they couldn't eat and here they could see men colleagues down on the floor having a nice lunch. also they couldn't hear up there. they didn't have enough room to take notes with it was miserable. that was indicative of the state of women in the days. there was a women at "the washington post," i knew her well, suzanne in the book she was taken off a prize civil rights assignment at the post because the people who were involved in this civil rights protest were going to have meeting here at the press club. and because weren't allowed in the press club, the "post" instead of complaining said we'll assign a man to it. that's the way things were. >> what was your beat at "the washington post"? >> i had a variety of beats at the "post." i covered the suburbs the city of alexander rei ya and i later covered which is now the superior co
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